Town sides with outraged residents after condo tries hiking fees 300 percent (NJ)

The Township Committee has sided with residents of affordable-housing units in a picturesque condominium community who are outraged over a proposed increase of nearly 300 percent in their association fees.  In July, the Cedar Brook at Branchburg Condominium Association sent a letter to residents of the 40 Affordable Income Housing Units informing them that their units aren’t being properly assessed pursuant to current state regulations.    Read the article………….


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